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Norah Jones graced the Peabody Opera House stage last night. Jones, backed by a full band, played a gorgeous set including material spanning her entire catalogue and a song originally written for the 2004 election season.

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Last night at Off Broadway marked the Brooklyn, N.Y.-based (by way of Columbia, Mo.) White Rabbits' return to its home state. With the help of St. Louis' Union Tree Review, White Rabbits proved they know how to throw a drum and bass-riddled homecoming party.

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The Gramophone was filled with the sounds of Austin-based band Bright Light Social Hour and local act Hope and Therapy Sunday night.

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The October 13 edition of Harvest Sessions featured original folk music by Campfire Club.

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White Rabbits treated a packed Off Broadway to a display of pop and power on Friday, October 13.

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The '80s reigned supreme last night at the Pageant as the Lemonheads and the Psychedelic Furs played a doubly nostalgic bill.

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At Plush on Thursday night, Hey Marseilles and Sea Wolf both played their respective sets as if they were headliners.

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Tuesday night saw one of the hottest tickets of the year roll through town with the return of the wildly popular Alabama Shakes.

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British indie-pop group Alt-J won over a swooning audience at the Pageant Monday night with catchy melodies and falsetto vocals before headliners Grouplove lit up the room.

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